Reference numberEC/1861/13
TitleShadwell, Sir Charles Frederick Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCharles Frederick Alexander Shadwell. The Author of works on the Management of Chronometers: Star Tables: Rules for facilitating the predictions of Occultations & Eclipses: the determination of the Latitude at Sea: and Tables for the reduction of Lunar Observations. Improver of Nautical Astronomy. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Mathematics. Eminent as a Navigator and Seaman.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. James Booth; J F W Herschel; John Lee; Isaac Fletcher; Jas C Ross; Francis Galton; J R Martin.
From Personal Knowledge. W H Smyth; Robt FitzRoy; John Washington; A Bryson; J Liddell; R Main; George Fisher; J Beete Jukes; J Challis; Warington W Smyth; Rod I Murchison; Archibald Smith
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Shadwell, Sir Charles Frederick Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6032Shadwell; Sir; Charles Frederick Alexander (1814 - 1886)1814 - 1886
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